The Montessori Group and the Chartered College of Teaching, the professional body for teachers, today announce their collaboration on the new adult Learning Hub. The Hub will provide content by and for Early Years practitioners across the UK, to recognise their expertise and support them in delivering excellent early years education.
Due to launch in January 2022, the partnership will involve the development of an Early Childhood Hub, which will be available online and free to access. The online Hub will host and commission high-quality articles, research and insights focused on early years pedagogy and practice, ranging from learning approaches that practitioners might adopt to wellbeing training for staff. The partnership will work with the early years community through the Early Childhood Hub, drawing on a broad range of perspectives and approaches and providing professional development resources of the highest quality.
This will include written, audio-visual and interactive training material, reflective of the breadth of professional content required by the sector today, to help further the development of professional practice and community engagement.
Early years practitioners play a crucial role in the development of children, requiring expert knowledge, behaviours and skills. The new Early Childhood Hub will help practitioners tap into insights from early years experts working across the sector, support their professional development, and recognise their vital role in education.
As the professional body for teaching, the Chartered College supports teachers and staff working across education to access the resources they need to provide the best possible education.
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